Cathy Newman is the first female main presenter of Channel 4 News.
She joined the programme in 2006 and has broadcast a string of scoops, including allegations of violent abuse against the British barrister John Smyth, sexual harassment allegations against the Liberal Democrat peer Lord Rennard, and an investigation into a British sex offender, Simon Harris, which saw him jailed for 17 years.
Previously Cathy spent over a decade working in Fleet Street, latterly with the Financial Times.
Her book - Bloody Brilliant Women: Pioneers, Revolutionaries & Geniuses Your History Teacher Forgot to Mention - about female pioneers in 20th century Britain, was published in autumn 2018.
Her second book, It Takes Two: A History of the Couples Who Dared To Be Different, is published on October 15, 2020.
In her spare time, Cathy is a keen amateur violinist, and plays in The Statutory Instruments quartet with members of parliament and Westminster staff.
In 2000, Cathy won the prestigious Laurence Stern Fellowship, spending four months at the Washington Post.
She is married with two children.
Prof Graham Medley, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, is chair of the SAGE sub-committee on modelling.
Mr Green resigned as a junior member of the government yesterday over Boris Johnson’s approach to tackling the pandemic, saying “the attempted cure was worse than the disease”.
Angela Rayner is deputy leader of the Labour Party.
Professor Steven Riley, of Imperial College London, is a specialist in infectious disease dynamics
Labour mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson, who has been speaking to Downing Street this afternoon, and Glen Sanderson, who’s a Conservative and leader of Northumberland County Council speak to Cathy Newman.
Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region Steve Rotheram, who has been in talks with Downing Street this afternoon, speaks to Cathy Newman.
Medical workers, fundraisers and volunteers who’ve been instrumental in helping the nation during the covid crisis have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Today, Facebook has pledged to remove all QAnon-themed groups, pages and accounts.
We spoke to the Bishop of Manchester, Dr David Walker, who’s on the Church of England’s National Safeguarding Steering Group.
The latest report from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse finds that 390 convicted offenders were associated with the Church of England between the 1940s and 2018 – but concludes that it’s “not possible to accurately identify the scale of sexual offending within the Church”.
We’re joined by the former British ambassador to the United States, and author of ‘Collateral Damage’, Lord Kim Darroch.
We spoke to Dr Jeanelle de Gruchy, Tameside council director of Public Health and President of the Association of Directors of Public Health.
To debate the different approaches in England and Scotland, I’ve been speaking to Pauline Latham and Dr Philippa Whitford.
We’re joined by Mel Stride and Frances O’Grady.
We spoke to Labour MP Jonathan Ashworth, the Shadow Health Secretary.